The ultimate corporate weenies

Monday, February 20, 2012

The ultimate corporate weenies

Incredibly, ESPN has actually taken serious punitive action against those responsible for the "Chink in the armor" references on-air and on the dedicated mobile Website.

The cable sports colossus has fired Web Editor Anthony Federico, and suspended anchor Max Bretos for 30 days.

Ironically, Bretos' "offense" occurred more than two days prior to the Web headline which was "live" to mobile device users for 35 minutes early Saturday morning before being removed.

Corporate ESPN is a gutless pile of steaming sanctimony!

Even more devoid of testicularity are "Pardon the Interrup­tion" co-hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon who hung their heads and sided with the guys who sign their paychecks on their 5:30 pm program today.

Anthony Federico

(I've always enjoyed Kornheiser and Wilbon for their often outspoken com­mentary... Ennnt!)

Bretos will resume his duties following his 30 day rip, but the 28-year old Federico is, after starting as a copy boy, out of a job after six years with ESPN and his prospects for continuing anywhere in his chosen profession are grim.

Shame on you, ESPN!

Meanwhile, this just in...

...playing with all their starters for the first time since Lin-sanity overtook the world, the Knicks stunk up Madison Square Garden this evening, and lost 100-92 to the lowly New Jersey Nets.

While the point guard sensation had only three turn-overs in 36 minutes to go with his nine assists, he fouled out while the Knicks were attempting their 4th Quarter come-back.

Most encouraging to Knicks' fans was that although he managed just 11 points on 4 of 11 shooting in a team high 37 minutes, he had six assists!



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